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Graduate Catalog | 2005-2007

5. Members of Graduate Studies Committees

The faculty members and research scientists listed here were members of Graduate Studies Committees during the spring semester 2004-2005; the titles shown are for that period.

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Peter F. Abboud, Professor, Center for Middle Eastern Studies and Department of Middle Eastern Studies
      BS, London, 1956; MA, The American University in Cairo, 1960; PhD, Texas, 1964

P. Elizabeth Abel, RN, Associate Professor, School of Nursing
      BSN, Iowa, 1975; MAN, 1978; PhD, Emory, 1987

Creed W. Abell, Professor, Henry M. Burlage Centennial Endowed Professor in Pharmacy, College of Pharmacy
      BSCh, Virginia Military Institute, 1956; MSCh, Purdue, 1958; PhD, Wisconsin, 1962

Jacob A. Abraham, Professor, Cockrell Family Regents Chair in Engineering #8, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      BSEE, Kerala, 1970; MSEE, Stanford, 1971; PhD, 1974

Lawrence D. Abraham, Professor, Department of Curriculum and Instruction and Department of Kinesiology and Health Education
      BA, Oberlin College, 1971; MS, Kansas State Teacher's College, 1972; EdD, Columbia, 1975

Lee Abraham, Associate Professor, Department of Theatre and Dance
      BA, Antioch College, 1970; MFA, California Institute of the Arts, 1977

Zsuzsanna I. Abrams, Assistant Professor, Department of Germanic Studies
      BA, Wisconsin (Eau Claire), 1991; MA, Arizona, 1993; PhD, 1997

Robert H. Abzug, Professor, Oliver H. Radkey Regents Professor in History, Department of American Studies and Department of History
      BA, Harvard, 1967; PhD, California (Berkeley), 1977

Gayle J. Acton, Associate Professor, School of Nursing
      BSN, Central State, 1974; MSN, Oklahoma (Oklahoma City), 1980; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1993

Michael W. Adams, Distinguished Teaching Associate Professor, Department of English
      BA, Texas Tech, 1968; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1973

Paul C. Adams, Assistant Professor, Department of Geography and the Environment
      BEnvironD, Colorado (Boulder), 1984; MS, Wisconsin (Madison), 1990; PhD, 1993

Christopher O. Adejumo, Associate Professor, Center for African and African American Studies and Department of Art and Art History
      BFA, Universite nationale du Benin, 1983; MFA, Massachusetts (Dartmouth), 1993; PhD, Ohio State, 1997

Ari Adut, Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology
      BA, Bogazici ueniversitesi, 1993; DEA, Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, 1994; PhD, Chicago, 2003

Seema Agarwala, Assistant Professor, Section of Neurobiology
      BS, Calcutta, 1983; PhD, State University of New York (Stony Brook), 1990

J. K. Aggarwal, PE, Professor, Cullen Trust for Higher Education Endowed Professor in Engineering #2, Department of Computer Sciences and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      BS, Bombay, 1956; BE, Liverpool, 1960; MSEE, Illinois, 1961; PhD, 1964

Kamran S. Aghaie, Assistant Professor, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, Department of Middle Eastern Studies, and Center for Women's and Gender Studies
      BA, Tennessee (Knoxville), 1991; MA, California (Los Angeles), 1995; PhD, 1999

C. Mauli Agrawal, Associate Professor, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio
      BTech, Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, 1982; MS, Clemson, 1985; PhD, Duke, 1989

Ricardo C. Ainslie, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology
      BA, California (Berkeley), 1972; MA, Michigan, 1975; PhD, 1979

Maruthi R. Akella, Assistant Professor, Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics
      BTechME, Calicut, 1992; MEAsE, Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore), 1994; PhD, Texas A&M (College Station), 1998

Duane G. Albrecht, Professor, Department of Psychology
      BA, California (Berkeley), 1973; PhD, 1978

Adriana A. Alcantara, Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology
      BA, California State (Long Beach), 1986; MA, Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), 1990; PhD, 1993

Kamran Asdar Ali, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and Department of Middle Eastern Studies
      MB, BS, Karachi, 1987; MA, Johns Hopkins, 1991; PhD, 1997

Samer Ali, Assistant Professor, Center for Middle Eastern Studies and Department of Middle Eastern Studies
      BA, Chicago, 1990; MA, Utah, 1997; PhD, Indiana (Bloomington), 2002

Kimberly A. Alidio, Assistant Professor, Center for Asian American Studies and Department of History
      BA, Oberlin College, 1993; MA, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1997; PhD, 2001

Edwin B. Allaire, Professor, Department of Philosophy
      BA, Drew, 1956; MA, Iowa, 1958; PhD, 1960

Daniel Allcock, Associate Professor, Department of Mathematics
      BSMath, BSPhy, Texas (Austin), 1991; PhD, California (Berkeley), 1996

David T. Allen, Professor, Melvin H. Gertz Regents Chair in Chemical Engineering, Department of Chemical Engineering
      BSChE, Cornell, 1979; MSChE, California Institute of Technology, 1981; PhD, 1983

Gregory D. Allen, Professor, School of Music
      BMusic, Oberlin College, 1970; MMusic, Peabody Conservatory of Music, 1972

Jafari S. Allen, Assistant Professor, Center for African and African American Studies, Department of Anthropology, and Center for Women's and Gender Studies
      BA, New York, 1997; MA, Columbia, 2000; MA, 2002; PhD, 2003

John R. Allison, Professor, Mary John and Ralph Spence Centennial Professor, Department of Information, Risk, and Operations Management
      JD, Baylor, 1972

Andres Almazan, Assistant Professor, Department of Finance
      Licenciatura en Ciencias Empresariales, Universidad de Malaga, 1989; Master en Economia, Centro de Estudios Monetarios y Financieros, 1991; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1996

Byron P. Almen, Assistant Professor, School of Music
      BA, St. Olaf College, 1990; MMusic, Indiana (Bloomington), 1992; PhD, 1998

Dean Johnson Almy III, Assistant Professor, School of Architecture
      BArch, Cornell, 1983; MArch, Texas (Austin), 1989

Anthony Alofsin, Professor, Roland Gommel Roessner Centennial Professor in Architecture, School of Architecture and Department of Art and Art History
      BA, Harvard College, 1971; MArch, Harvard, 1981; PhM, Columbia, 1983; PhD, 1987; Architect

Mark I. Alpert, Professor, Foley's Professor in Retailing, Department of Marketing
      BS, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1964; MBA, Southern California, 1965; MS, 1967; DBA, 1968

Kevin Alter, Associate Professor, School of Architecture
      BA, Bennington College, 1985; MArch, Harvard, 1990

Orly Alter, Assistant Professor, Department of Biomedical Engineering
      BS, Universitat Tel Aviv, 1989; PhD, Stanford, 1999

Aydogan Alti, Assistant Professor, Department of Finance
      BA, Bogazici, 1996; PhD, Carnegie Mellon, 2002

Rosental Alves, Professor, Knight Chair in Journalism, School of Journalism
      BA, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janiero, 1977

Lorenzo Alvisi, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Sciences
      Laurea, Universita degli Studi di Bologna, 1987; MS, Cornell, 1994; PhD, 1995

Anthony P. Ambler, Professor, B. N. Gafford Professor in Electrical Engineering, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      BS, University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, 1976; MS, 1977; PhD, 1981

Edward Anderson, Assistant Professor, Department of Human Ecology
      BS, Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), 1984; MA, Virginia, 1987; PhD, 1989

Edward G. Anderson, Associate Professor, Department of Management
      BA, Stanford, 1988; MBA, Michigan (Ann Arbor), 1993; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1997

Robert D. Anderson, Senior Lecturer, Department of Art and Art History
      BA, California State College (Long Beach), 1972; MFA, 1976

Ronald B. Anderson, Associate Professor, Department of Advertising
      BA, Oklahoma, 1973; MS, San Diego State, 1979; PhD, Michigan State, 1987

Urton L. Anderson, Professor, Clark W. Thompson Jr. Professor in Accounting Education, Department of Accounting
      BA, St. Olaf College, 1974; MA, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1977; PhD, 1985

Jeffrey G. Andrews , Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      BS, Harvey Mudd College, 1995; MS, Stanford, 1999; PhD, 2002

Jacqueline L. Angel, Associate Professor, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
      BA, Pennsylvania State, 1979; MA, Oklahoma, 1983; PhD, Rutgers (New Brunswick), 1989

Ronald J. Angel, Professor, Department of Sociology
      BA, Illinois (Urbana-Champaign), 1970; MS, Wisconsin (Madison), 1977; PhD, 1981

Ignazio Angelelli, Professor, Department of Philosophy
      Doctorat, Universite de Fribourg, 1965

Eric V. Anslyn, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Norman Hackerman Professor in Chemistry, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
      BS, California State (Northridge), 1982; PhD, California Institute of Technology, 1987

Elliott Antokoletz, Professor, School of Music
      BA, Hunter College, 1968; MA, 1970; PhD, City University of New York, 1975

Peter R. Antoniewicz, Professor, Department of Physics
      BS, North Carolina State, 1959; MS, Purdue, 1964; PhD, 1965

Kenneth S. Apfel, Professor, Sid Richardson Chair in Public Affairs, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
      BA, Massachusetts (Amherst), 1970; MA, Northeastern, 1973; MPAff, Texas (Austin), 1978

Dean R. Appling, Professor, Lester J. Reed Professor in Biochemistry, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry
      BS, Texas A&M, 1977; PhD, Vanderbilt, 1981

Aristotle Arapostathis, Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      BSEE, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976; MSEE, California (Berkeley), 1978; PhD, 1982

Todd Arbogast, Professor, Department of Mathematics
      BS, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1981; MS, Chicago, 1983; PhD, 1987

Katherine M. Arens, Professor, Department of Germanic Studies and Center for Women's and Gender Studies
      BA, Northwestern, 1975; MA, Stanford, 1976; PhD, 1980

Efraim Pacillas Armendariz, Professor, Department of Mathematics
      BA, Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, 1960; MS, 1962; PhD, Nebraska (Lincoln), 1966

Marilyn P. Armour, Assistant Professor, School of Social Work
      BA, Bard College, 1965; MSW, Minnesota (Minneapolis-St. Paul), 1968; PhD, 2000

David Armstrong, Professor, Department of Classics
      BA, Princeton, 1961; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1968

Neal E. Armstrong, PE, Professor, Zarrow Centennial Professor in Engineering, Department of Civil, Architectural, and Environmental Engineering
      BA, Texas, 1962; MA, 1965; PhD, 1968

Victor L. Arnold, Professor, Kleberg-King Ranch Centennial Professor in Management, Department of Management
      BS, Colorado State, 1965; MS, 1968; PhD, Wisconsin (Madison), 1971

Jossianna Arroyo Martinez, Associate Professor, Department of Spanish and Portuguese
      BA, Universidad de Puerto Rico, Recinto de Rio Pedras, 1989; PhD, California (Berkeley), 1998

Karen Artzt, Ashbel Smith Professor, Section of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
      BA, Cornell, 1964; PhD, 1972

Francisco Arumi-Noe, Professor, School of Architecture
      BS, North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 1962; MS, 1965; PhD, Texas (Austin), 1970

Nicholas M. Asher, Professor, Department of Linguistics and Department of Philosophy
      BA, MA, Yale, 1976; BA, Oxford, 1978; PhM, Yale, 1981; PhD, 1982

Rowland Atiase, Professor, Department of Accounting
      BS, Ghana, 1973; MBA, California (Berkeley), 1975; MAEcon, 1979; PhD, 1980

Nigel S. Atkinson, Associate Professor, Section of Neurobiology
      BS, Texas A&M, 1979; PhD, Pennsylvania State (Hershey Medical Center), 1986

Simon D. Atkinson, Professor, Mike Hogg Professor in Community and Regional Planning, School of Architecture
      Diploma in Architecture, Leeds School of Architecture and Planning, 1965; Diploma in Planning, School of Architecture, Architectural Association (England), 1966; MA in Regional Studies, Sussex, 1969; Associate, RIBA; Member, RTPI; FRSA

Robert D. Auerbach, Professor, Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs
      BA, Roosevelt, 1950; MA, 1964; MA, Chicago, 1967; PhD, 1969

James A. Austin Jr., Senior Research Scientist, Institute for Geophysics
      BA, Amherst, 1973; PhD, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1979

Kay Avant, RN, Associate Professor, School of Nursing
      BSN, Texas Christian, 1963; MSN, North Carolina (Chapel Hill), 1965; PhD, Texas Woman's, 1978

James B. Ayres, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Shakespeare at Winedale Regents Professor, Department of English
      BA, Baylor, 1958; MA, Florida State, 1960; PhD, Ohio State, 1964

Adnan Aziz, Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
      BTech, Indian Institute of Technology (Kanpur), 1989; PhD, California (Berkeley), 1995

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